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    Amazing Adventures 5: The Riddle Of The Two Knights


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    Amazing Adventures 5: The Riddle Of The Two Knights

    Post by genkicoll on Fri Jun 01, 2012 12:41 pm

    Amazing Adventures: Riddle of the Two Knights
    by Spintop Games - June, 2012

    Series links: Amazing Adventures: The Lost Tomb, Amazing Adventures 2: Around The World, Amazing Adventures 3: The Caribbean Secret, Amazing Adventures 4: The Forgotten Dynasty, Amazing Adventures 5: The Riddle Of The Two Knights

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    An ancient chessboard is unearthed and the missing pieces need to be found. A curious trail leads you from the crowded bazaars of Morocco to the snow-swept summits of the Swiss Alps. With each new piece, a strange tale of two Medieval Knights is revealed. Complete 25 missions by finding hidden items and solving unique puzzles. Good luck!

    • 25 unique, exotic locations!
    • 1000s of hidden objects!
    • Good luck on your adventure!

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    Amazing Adventures: The Riddle Of The Two Knights

    Post by JustTheFacts on Thu Sep 05, 2013 9:50 am

    Classic HO – No Surprises

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    I admit to being disappointed with this latest Amazing Adventure. I thought maybe they might have added a few bells and whistles to compete with all the amazing HOPAs out now. I assumed they would stick to their formula of course – HO scenes followed by a simple puzzle, repeat ad nauseum. This is sensible of them. They have a strong niche in the pure HO market. But why not add a little animation, a bit of (optional) back-story, an occasional surprise?

    Your mission this time takes you to Switzerland and Morocco, of all places, but there’s no rhyme nor reason in the progression through locations. As with all Amazing Adventures, they have collectibles that unlock unlimited play, and they are timed and scored. Personally, I don’t like these games, but I think that are quite good examples of pure HO games, so if that’s what you like, I’d recommend it.  

    I recommend this game!

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